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It all started with some loose jam sessions in the rehearsal rooms of the bands Bland Bladen and Mantric Muse. Founded by Scott Heller aka Dr. Space (synth, management) in 2004 ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE (OSC) are a multinational crew which get together as often as possible to play free form improvised space rock music. The band name derives from the Øresund Bridge, connecting Denmark and Sweden since the year 2000. The purpose is to offer another flavour with every new session. This is guaranteed by everlasting line-up changes.

The whole OSC family comprises more than 30 members in the meanwhile, temporarily entrusted by nearly every existing Nordic psych/space band. They have toured all over in Europe whilst collaborating with Sula Bassana and others. The musical trademark is provided by a grooving backbone in general. This is decorated by playful multiple guitars and a proper proportion of synthesizer and organ input. The interplay is somnambulistic due to a special spirit. All in all their music blends elements of psychedelic, space, dub, jazz and krautrock. Nearly every studio session or live gig has been recorded - the best-of excerpts got a place on several studio albums, starting with the eponymous debut in 2006.

Additionally the band offer several recordings for free via their official website respectively other legal download platforms, for example Internet Archives. The Black Tornado Studios in Copenhagen must be beneficial for the band's spirit - with the result of several highlights. Released on Transubstans 'It's All About Delay' (2006) and 'Black Tomato' (2007) are critically acclaimed albums coming from jam sessions in early 2006. Two years later a different line-up recorded new high quality material at the same place. 'Slip Into The Vortex' and 'Dead Man In Space' have been already released in 2010, a third album is announced.

see also:
Glossolalia (OSC side project)

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4.70 | 12 ratings
Øresund Space Collective
2006
3.61 | 11 ratings
It's All About Delay
2006
4.11 | 43 ratings
The Black Tomato
2007
4.06 | 13 ratings
Inside Your Head
2008
4.06 | 17 ratings
Good Planets Are Hard To Find
2009
3.69 | 18 ratings
Dead Man In Space
2010
4.00 | 17 ratings
Slip Into the Vortex
2010
3.49 | 8 ratings
Entering Into The Space Country
2011
3.26 | 11 ratings
Sleeping With The Sunworm
2011
3.96 | 7 ratings
Phaze Your Fears
2012
4.60 | 5 ratings
Give Your Brain A Rest From The Matrix
2012
4.07 | 8 ratings
West, Space and Love
2012
3.76 | 10 ratings
Organic Earthly Flotation
2013
5.00 | 5 ratings
Music for Pogonologists
2014

ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

4.75 | 4 ratings
Live At Roadburn 2010
2011
4.50 | 2 ratings
Live At Kildemose Festival 2008-2010
2013
4.09 | 3 ratings
Hamburg Concerts
2013
0.00 | 0 ratings
Live At Circus Maximus, Koblenz 2013
2014

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ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download)

2.73 | 5 ratings
Chased by the Space Police
2012

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 Music for Pogonologists by ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE album cover Studio Album, 2014
5.00 | 5 ratings

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Music for Pogonologists
Øresund Space Collective Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Lear'sFool

5 stars Thus far the best album from the Oresund Space Collective, we have here a killer, guitar driven piece of space made up of several ten to twenty minute long tracks and jams, all dedicated to the almighty beard. The old use of electronic effects, and so their more ethereal side, is gone. The focus comes to guitars, with plenty of room for magic from keys and drums as well. All perform in this way. The band also indulges in playing voice samples live, leading to some neat effects from a heretofore fully instrumental band. "Beardlandia" sums up this smashing record quite nicely. "Ziggurat of The Beards" and "Remnants of The Barbonaeum" are fellow tracks that are a cut above the others, but all of it is excellent. The collective have really upped their game by now, which is phenomenal. They have to be one of the best ever jam bands, and I am just loving this band. Highly, highly recommended. This is some of the best space in years, and is spectacularly and whimsically played.

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 Sleeping With The Sunworm by ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE album cover Studio Album, 2011
3.26 | 11 ratings

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Sleeping With The Sunworm
Øresund Space Collective Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Lear'sFool

5 stars An hour long jam by the wonderful OSC. Guitar figures much more than in most of their releases, for the better, widening their sound. This is as calm and ethereal as their usual work, but with all the wonders extra guitar brings. The jam builds up very well, and it feels just right when the solos come in. Every instrument, as expected from the Space Collective, is played perfectly, and for a final mention, the guitars are best, nailed and carrying the day. Just great. The keys are also wonderful when they go solo. And the fact that this is a continuous improvisation, rather than just an hour long song like, say, Sleep's magnum opus "Dopesmoker", is all the more impressive. As far as space rock goes, this has to be a pinnacle. A spectacular, highly recommended listen for all space fans.

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 Øresund Space Collective by ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE album cover Studio Album, 2006
4.70 | 12 ratings

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Øresund Space Collective Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Lear'sFool

5 stars Smashing, fully improvised space rock from a talented group of Danish and Swedish hippie revivalists, one of several masterpieces under their belt. All sorts of rock and electronic instruments and effects went into making this chilled, beautiful soup of an album, ever varied. This is the stuff of mental journeys into the beyond. "Faked It All The Way", "Consumed By The Goblin", and "Sundown" are the highlights, the last two of these being over ten minutes a pop. Electronics, drums, and bass particularly carry the day, but everything is excellent and used flawlessly. The album pretty much is ethereal electronic effects supported by rock instruments and prog keys, all brilliantly laid down to facilitate relaxation and trips. Just mental and beautiful. Highly recommended.

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 The Black Tomato by ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE album cover Studio Album, 2007
4.11 | 43 ratings

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The Black Tomato
Øresund Space Collective Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Approgximation

4 stars The Black Tomato album is a well coloured arrangement that listens like a recurring story. It fades in and fades out leaving an overlap that will have you happily scrolling over this album front to back over and over. The multi-artist line-up deliver an engrossing collaboration of sounds that have earned the band the Space-Rock, Prog-Rock genre it deserves.

Here Øresund Space Collective experiment with oblique structures of sound integrating them intricately. They approach the collaboration of sounds like a biologist analysing each organism of sound and meticulously weaving them into each other. The arrangements are multi layered yet highly collaborative sounds that excites the ears to no end. The prog approach of Øresund Space Collective is light to medium allowing more for the recognition of the space-rock aspect, yet the 'play' on its structuring keeps the listener well attached to their message. Though a mild push of prog, the collaborative method gives the impression toward an honest and true-to form loyalty of a more classic era.

Pushing familiarity of the past, sounds hinted with the ol' Hammond organ (Doors) conservatively layer the sound for that classic prog feel. Heavy echoing, overdrive and Wah-Wah peddling guitars (Iron Butterfly) also draw to a bygone era that was classified by its stylistic arrangement of sounds at the time. Modern keyboard euphoria (Hawkwind) emphatically states the space-rock genre intent. Percussion is a major driving factor accompanying alongside a very active guitar make-up.

Almost typical of space-prog-rock, tracks are elongated so as to travel you to another place while only remaining seated in your favourite observation post. Coming to the end of any of the 9 tracks is akin to arriving at your physical travel destination of a long distance trek as if it were only a few minutes.

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 Organic Earthly Flotation by ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.76 | 10 ratings

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Organic Earthly Flotation
Øresund Space Collective Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Rivertree
Special Collaborator Psych/Space Team & Band Submissions

3 stars This is way more relaxed than many albums beforehand, the groovy, partially jazzy vibe is nearly gone here, except on the closing Neptune Rising maybe. And indeed, the line up saw a major change, as there is the complete PAPIR crew involved this time, additionally Americano Daniel Lars, who had his first trip ever to Denmark for playing with the ORESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE. Only synthesizer wizzards Mogens and Scott (Dr. Space) are staying, acting restrained though, 'Organic Earthly Flotation' is yet another album which works more guitar laden.

Walking On Clouds manifests in two sections, originally developed by Daniel, that means you can't really say that the music is completely improvised. Backed by a solid rhythm branch this is smooth, cheerful, featuring nice inspired guitar interplay, partially enriched with spacey patterns as well as chirping synths. Not quite a spectacular album - as I'm familiar with the complete studio discography - but surely something to dig. 'Organic Earthly Flotation' again proves their ambitious approach to update the sound with every entirely new production.

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 Phaze Your Fears by ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE album cover Studio Album, 2012
3.96 | 7 ratings

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Phaze Your Fears
Øresund Space Collective Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Special Collaborator Rock Progressivo Italiano Team

4 stars Another few months, another release of quality instrumental and fully improvised space rock from Dr Space and his cosmic cadets with the Oresund Space Collective! `Phaze Your Fears', originally released on vinyl in 2012 and given a double CD reissue in 2013 with `Entering Into the Space Country' (I'm the proud owner of both formats!), the album continues to see the band constantly refining their sound and exploring expansive new corners of the galaxy, and with four guitarists credited on this release (two per side), there's plenty of interesting sounds to discover. I always like to point out little differences that make each of their albums stand out from each-other, and this one is no different.

Side A's title track sees the band mired in a brooding snarling swampy sound, heavy and driving as if they're marooned on the surface of a mucky alien world. The early sections of the piece have a serious dark groove to them, beautiful subtle tempo changes back and forth thanks to some spontaneous drum-fills and punchy unrelenting bass. The usual OSC synths take more of a back-seat to the twin guitarists, who help give the piece a driving and confident slow-burn. The second half turns into one of the dustiest and most bluesy pieces from the band to date, a searing near-boogie that kicks up so much dirt, it's interesting to hear them with their feet on the ground for a change! A welcome diversion from all their usual outer space adventures.

The flip-side aims for the stars again, and `Ear Meat' initially starts like many Oresund pieces, glistening and ethereal chiming guitars drenched in reverb and delay, shimmering synth pulses and tendril-like bass that creates a floating deep space cocoon for the listener. But things rapidly take a dangerously psychedelic turn once the band surprisingly incorporate whispered treated poetry. We emerge on the other side to a sonically violating electronic passage that reminds of similar sections of the Ozric Tentacles' `Strangeitude' album, then plodding hypnotic bass and a black hole of whirling synths take the OSC closer than ever to a serrated and unnerving Hawkwind edge. Completely disorientating and experimental, it's another immense colourful vision with a hint of danger that the band does so well.

You can safely pick up any Oresund Space Collective release and know you're going to get some quality space rock, and `Phaze Your Fears' is no exception. The title track presents them at their more earthy and grounded best, the second side their most wildly inventive, ambitious and challenging trip so far. It's perfect for new listeners and even more satisfying for established followers, and it's even better value now that it's available in a double CD set - two sublime space albums, what more could be ask for?

Four stars.

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 Chased by the Space Police by ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2012
2.73 | 5 ratings

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Chased by the Space Police
Øresund Space Collective Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Eetu Pellonpää
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

3 stars After six years of maturing, another VSOP clip from the vast cosmos of Øresund Space Collective jams got wrapped inside striking graphic designs of Påhl Sundström. Twelve minutes durating freeform blast captures the authentic studio feeling via audible conversations of band members on the start, and recording does not conceal the process of searching balance for musician's sonic dialogue. Their interplay of the band goes well as usual, but this single seems slightly frustrating due lack of both lenght and scarcity of dramatic developments on the potential of improvisational levels. Have managed to experience these aural tunnel visions few times on live concerts, and I would really recommend attendance to those even more than this particular recording. But what I really like on this capture is the emphasis of dynamic space rocking over ethereal soundscapings - I recall the latter were more on front on concert of 2007 in Helsinki. This preference being ofcourse just a revelation of my own subjective tastes, and there is nothing wrong with calm meditativeness. Sometimes more hectic open rock just seems to pour more vitality to the cup of everyday's endurance from the vase of Innovation's Holy Spirit. I would warmly recommend to allow Dr. Space and his friends to elevate You from mundane obligations of normal life for awhile, orbitting our singular home planet and from there to musical clusters beyond. The internet archive page could be mentioned as a good launchpad for such stress-relieveing voyages.

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 Organic Earthly Flotation by ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.76 | 10 ratings

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Organic Earthly Flotation
Øresund Space Collective Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Matti
Collaborator Neo-Prog Team

4 stars I had no faintest idea about this Danish-based Øresund Space Collective with surprisingly many releases, until our psych/space rock expert Eetu Pellonpää asked me if I would like to review their new album. Of course I do! Eetu's identifiable cover art on this gatefold LP is a very nice companion to the music. Even the vinyl itself is unique: coloured light blue, and the etiquettes are Eetu's drawings too. So I see this release as a celebration of the good old vinyl-form that can become an important part of album's identity.

The music is laid-back, dreamy space rock with jazz & blues flavour, totally instrumental, and features guitar as the leading instrument. Kev's review tells about the central element of improvisation. I didn't know that but it's easily felt in the free-floating way the tracks move forward - or rather, keep hovering in anti-gravity. 'Walking on Clouds', like the first side is titled. The album was recorded in just two days (April 2012), which is the best proof of the skill of this group. It doesn't sound half-baked or unfinished. My only negative remark would be that the four tracks may not vary the sound, shape or mood as much as would be an ideal. But still the whole album is an enjoyable ride and suits perfectly for either background for e.g. reading - or Tantric sex (of which I have no experience actually, but that felt like the right thing to say!) - or for slow lingering between sleep and waking-up on a hurriless morning, or why not as good night music too.

The title "Organic Earthly Flotation" sums up the music pretty well. This is not cold, alienated and synthetic soundscape as much of Electronic Music is, but warm, sensitive and organic, and it sure floats psychedelically. The spacey guitar playing has a bluesy vibe and synths furthermore paint the images of space. Sometimes they are Kitaro-like windy sounds, sometimes related to Schulze, Jarre and such, sometimes bizarre psychedelic bubbling (like in the end of side one of NEKTAR's Remember The Future). Drums - and naturally bass guitar - are also an essential part of the sound. No hi-hat or fancy tempo changes, but a relaxed basic backing to give the "earthly" feel. I get associations of the late sixties Pink Floyd, Bo Hansson's Sagan om Ringen, Manuel Göttsching (Ash Ra Tempel, Ashra and solo) and some other Krautrock, Jimi Hendrix's 'Little Wing' - and perhaps also Santana for the guitar work, but I was carried there by the track title 'Carlos on the Moon', which, I believe, refers to Carlos Santana. At least that's a better bet than Walter/Wendy Carlos, right?

I warmly recommend this to all friends of bluesy, relaxed space rock.

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 Organic Earthly Flotation by ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.76 | 10 ratings

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Øresund Space Collective Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Crossover Team

4 stars Back in 2006 I was sent a copy of the debut release by Øresund Space Collective, and I was amazed at the spaced out improvisation that I was presented with. Now, just seven years later and the 'band' is back with their 16th release. This is a band in the loosest concept, as only synthesizer players Mogens and DR. Space have been on all the releases and here they are again joined by all the members of the Danish band Papir (Kristoffer - drums, Nicklas - guitar, Christian - bass (only on 'Neptune Rising')). In addition, Pär from the bands Sgt. Sunshine, Carpet Knights, Hoofoot played bass. The line up for this album was completely by American guitar player Daniel Lars for whom this was his first trip ever to Denmark and playing with the Øresund Space Collective.

The opening track, "Walking on Clouds" (composed by Daniel, which the rest of the band jammed on) was the only one that was pre-written, with the other three being totally improvised. There are only four songs, but it still has a total playing time of 48 minutes. If you have never come across these guys, then they are well worth investigating. There is something incredibly entrancing and inviting about this style of space rock which has as much in common with jazz as it does with Hawkwind as the guys all take their cues from each other and goes wherever the music takes them. It is inventive, compelling and somewhat incredible all at the same time. This album had as much of an impact on me as their debut did, and now I see that I am going to have to spend some time investing in some of the others that have passed me by. This is a band that very much follow their own path, bringing together elements from many, to create something singularly and definitively theirs. All of the band combine to make this all work, building a sonic soundscape that allows the guitars to bring together the best of Hillage and Allen, in a truly wonderful way. For more details on this and all of their releases visit www.oresundspacecollective.com.

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 Hamburg Concerts by ØRESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE album cover Live, 2013
4.09 | 3 ratings

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Hamburg Concerts
Øresund Space Collective Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Special Collaborator Rock Progressivo Italiano Team

4 stars Here we have a nice limited edition release by the always reliable Dr Space and his Oresund Space Collective, a collection of favorite live performances from 2012. It contains all the unpredictable and colourful psychedelic spacerock the band is known for, and every single new release from the OSC reveals new facets and unexplored directions. Fully improvised as usual, and despite the four pieces being taken from different performances, the album still flows as a cohesive whole and makes for a sumptuous cosmic trip.

`Viking Stew Catastrophe' begins as a slow burning dark alien reggae groove in the furthest reaches of space, subtly moving through brooding unknowing black-hole tension, pulse-quickening electronic danger and finally aggressive maddening attack in the finale before you even have time to breathe. Imagine David Gilmour in his late 60's/early 70's prime jamming in the corner, with Tangerine Dream standing at the bar before being crushed and pushed aside by the stomping Hawk Lords themselves. A seamless performance that floats through a range of moods and emotions effortlessly.

The pulsing synth bubbles that open `The Church Goes To Space' sound so much more like a deep sea aquatic voyage that it makes me want to take on Bubble Man and his underwater lair in `Mega Man 2' all over again (man, that takes me back about 20 years)! Tranquil and dozy chiming electric guitar delay ripples around the speakers, brooding slinky bass slithers along the ocean surface, before gentle blowing winds lift us up and fling us towards the space lines. We spin and weave around the aural tornado, lonely yet comforting crystalline electric guitar majesty and the hint of rumbling drum thunderclaps make our heart skip a beat. We are guaranteed safety here, but the protection is soon to be tested.

`Monster Jam (excerpt)' is just that, all snarling snapping attacking danger, guitars and drums charging right for the throat of this traveller, stomping down hard and heavy, intimidating organ and howling monster wails crushing all in it's path. Soon otherworldly forces begin the difficult task of reshaping this damaged planet, dubby bass, scratchy lively searing guitar and swirling synths our colourful, playful and finally proud and joyous soundtrack that hints at the excitement and opportunity of creating life anew, full of possibilities and potential.

New life moves through `The River Flows Through Me', fused with a mix of human and alien DNA emerging from the ruins of this wrecked world. A new dawn of spiritual enlightenment and peace, the driving and melodic guitar jamming filled with renewed purpose, the glorious synth washes and strident drumming moving us ever forward. Gulping swallowing bass draws in the negative energy and disperses it into a positive humming life-force, a raging whirlwind of synesthesia as our sensory pathways are blurred as one. Time slows down, thoughtful bluesy guitar makes us ponder who we are and stops us from losing ourselves, we reflect on this altered state of being with pulsing repetitive disorientating electronic waves and beats to numb our thoughts into hypnotic bliss. The final passage is a truly moving, emotional and victorious send off, rarely before have the band sounded so uplifting, before a roaring guitar solo brimming with confidence closes the piece that might be one of the greatest moments the OSC has ever committed to disc. Waves of time, hold me close, and carry me floating into the New Age.

Although housed in a simple cardboard slipcase, special mention must go to the insane galactic rainbow explosion cover artwork, and I'm pretty sure that's some kind of cosmic rooster buried in the swirling patterns! Hopefully we see more of these limited edition live performance releases in the future, and as this one is limited to 200 copies, space cadets better get a move on and snap it up right away!

Four exploding stars.

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